Renelle tops off, is 65 percent sold
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(Above) People involved with the development and construction of Renelle on the River pose with the final steel beam before it is lifted into place at the top of the building. Photo obtained from Belgravia Group. (Click on images to view larger versions.)

10-May-18 – Renelle on the River is as tall as it will ever be. Belgravia Group announced on Tuesday the 18-story, 50-unit luxury condominium next to Trump Tower has topped off and sales of units will start closing early next year.

At a beam-signing ceremony on Tuesday, the final steel beam was signed by construction workers, project consultants, and Belgravia officials, then lifted into place at the top of the building.

“Now that the building is topped off, everyone can see how it’s not only perfectly positioned to offer stunning city and river views, but it is also just steps away from the vibrant Riverwalk and bustling Michigan Avenue,” said Alan Lev, CEO of Belgravia Group. “Through years of planning and intense collaboration, we are proud to bring this community to life on one of the last parcels of land available on this stretch of the Chicago River.”

Photo by Steven Dahlman Photo by Steven Dahlman

(Above) Two views of construction progress on Thursday, seen from the south on Wabash (left) and from the north (right).

65 percent of units for sale at Renelle on the River have been sold. On Thursday, eight units were on the MLS, ranging in price from $1.351 million to $2.339 million.

By Steven Dahlman | Loop North News | sdahlman@loopnorth.com

Published 10-May-18 5:40 PM

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